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Monday, 5 September 2016

Increase your privacy notifications Discreetify9 (jailbreak)

Discreetify9 allows you to filter incoming notifications based on certain keywords for important notifications are never read by those to whom they are not intended.

Sometimes notifications that appear on the lock screen give a bit of private information that we do not want the people around us to see. To fix this, iOS has a very useful feature that allows you to hide the contents of all your text messages and emails in previews on the lock screen, but it does for all notifications, so that blocks everything. For some, this is not always the best solution.

Now, with Discreetify9 you can specify the type of things you want to block. One of the best ways is through keywords, which in the context of this tweak jailbreak, are words that determine whether a notification is hidden. If the keyword appears in the title or content of the notice, the content of the notification will be hidden.

The tweak can also be configured, so you have to open the application settings and navigate the preferences panel Discreetify9.

From the preference pane, you can enable or disable the tweak and choose where Discreetify9 filter work. The latter is an interesting feature, since you can selectively choose whether notifications with the selected keywords are blocked only when your iPhone is locked or blocked all the time.

There are also three configuration sections: "title", "content" and "delete".

(;) To make the tweak to work, the keywords you want to check Discreetify9, separated by a semicolon are introduced. For the title of the notification and content, you can even put text in the "Replace content" (Replace the content by), which is a phrase that will be displayed as text content of the notification each time the tweak hide something.

If you want to try Discreetify9 to increase your privacy notifications on your jailbroken device, you can download it from Cydia BigBoss repository for $ 0.99.

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